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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 201353950 01/02/2010 0419700 X 3679 Worker Cutting Tops Off Of Metal Drumjs Dies In Explosion
42 202455671 05/12/2009 0950642   1793 Employee Separating Panes Of Glass Is Burned By Alcohol
43 201311867 07/10/2008 0213400 X 8699 Employee Sustains Burns When Isopropyl Alcohol Ignites
44 202466140 06/20/2008 0950643 X 761 Employee Is Found Dead In Porta Potty
45 202527461 02/25/2008 0950612   1521 Employee Is Burned While Spray Painting
46 201353364 06/07/2007 0419700 X 1791 Employee Killed In Fall From Communications Tower
47 170385496 03/02/2007 0551800 X 1542 Employees Found Dead Of Drug And Alcohol
48 201070919 01/12/2007 0950632   2834 Employee Is Burned When Vapors Ignite
49 202463949 07/22/2006 0950643   1623 Employee Experinces Heat Stroke While Cleaning Manholes
50 200783876 07/16/2006 0626300 X 7999 Employee Drowns In Pool While Instructing Scuba Diving Class
51 201773041 06/26/2006 0213900 X 5661 Employee Is Found Dead At Bottom Of Stairs
52 200262871 06/17/2006 0627100 X 1521 Employee Dies From Heart Disease
53 201167624 04/27/2006 0950641 X 8221 Student Is Killed In Fall From Balcony
54 200823268 03/09/2006 0521400   7699 Two Employees Are Asphyxiated In Confined Space Atmosphere
55 201147709 02/21/2006 0950631   5065 Employee'S Fingers Are Burned When Caught Between Rollers
56 202365573 02/02/2006 1055330 X 4225 Employee Dies From Cardiovascular-Respiratory System Failure
57 200102317 01/23/2006 0522300   8211 Methanol Ignites While Being Dispensed And Burns Employee
58 200530210 11/16/2005 0751910 X 8361 Employee Is Murdered At A Treatment Facility
59 201178068 10/20/2005 0950621 X 1611 Employee Killed In Vehicle Crash
60 200643336 10/12/2005 0627700 X 1611 One Employee Dies, Two Are Injured In Highway Work Zone

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